Fairytale filly Miracles Of Life arrived in Melbourne on Friday after an uneventful float trip from Adelaide. Trainer Daniel Clarken told Racing Network the trip across was quiet and the Blue Diamond Stakes winner was happy and settled into her new surroundings.

“She’s had plenty of water and seems relaxed and happy,” Clarken told RN.

Miracles Of Life hasn’t raced since winning the Blue Diamond and Clarken says she has come back in great form and if anything, a little stronger.

“Her trial the other day (six-length win) has really brought her on.

"Lauren (rider, Lauren Stojakovic) couldn’t hold her slow enough and she has tightened-up since then,” Clarken added.

Tomorrow Miracles Of Life will tackle a hot field in the Group 3 $150,000 H. D. McNeil Stakes (1200m) including some of the best colts in training.

“I don’t think Lauren is going to have any choice in what she wants to do from the wide draw tomorrow.

"The filly will just put herself there,” he added.

Bookmakers have rated Miracles Of Life the $2.60 favourite ahead of promising colts Prince Harada ($3.80) and Fast ‘N’ Rocking ($4.60).

Clarken said he would make a decision after tomorrow’s race whether to go on to the Thousand Guineas Preview or keep her to sprint races.